The characters in Soph and The Real World are flawed; often awkward or messy in their relationships.
What makes them who they are? What drives them to do the things they do, to their mistakes?
The characters all have their own perspectives on the central issues of the play, and the tensions which arise from these differences will give a dynamic quality to the performance and momentum to the play.
At the centre of the play is commitment--shy Soph, "Everyone's had the experience of swallowing too much says Playwright Jane Modric, whether it's that extra block of chocolate, or one glass too many. Soph just takes these things to extremes. She's really just trying to get through the day. Something's got to give, and here it's her body saying "enough!"'
OPENING NIGHT: $45 (limited seats)
BUS PACKAGE: $69-$99
The production premieres in Cairns on March 8 to 23 with an opening night part of the International Women's Day Program.
More Info & Bookings: jute.com.au
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